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Standard Publishing Let It Go: Come Home from Your Guilt Trip

Do you beat yourself up over sins that God has long since forgiven? Experience freedom from unwarranted guilt with Atteberry's help! With his customary mix of humor and heart, he urges you to let go of feelings of inferiority, perfectionism, criticism, and shame---and hold on to abundance, grace, salvation, and joy. Includes end-of-chapter questions. 160 pages, softcover from Standard.
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Great book, lots a meat...throw out some bones!

Date:October 24, 2010
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Location:Phoenix, AZ
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Having recently gone though some trials & struggling with guilt I picked up this book & found it tremendously helpful! Atterberry is practical, humerous, & backs up his idea with Scripture. Using his experiences as a pastor, father, & genuine person; he explains how to overcome guilt, inferiority, & criticism. Overall, I found this book extremely helpful & would recommend it to anyone, with a few exceptions.
I enjoyed the book up until the latter part of chapter #7 "Facing & Forgiving Your Firing Squad" & most of chapter #8, "Poision in the Pulpit". In chapter 7, Atterberry states in reference to a conversation & based off (out of context) Matthew 6:14,15) , "Are you really willing to trade your salvation for this vendetta?". Which clearly implies Atterberry believes a Christian can lose their salvation. Please read John 10:28-29, Romans 8:38-39, & 2 Corinthians 5:17.
Additionally, in chapter 8, in reference to "hammer-men" preachers (those who apparently guilt trip & are loud) Atterberry states "I know a church that has just such a preacher. I haven't heard him, but I can assume he is a hammer-man". Sir, please base your option on fact. He also goes on to bring up denominational & hot-button issues such as translation or the text of the King James Version of Scripture. This debate has no place in this book.
Again, overall this is a very encouraging & motivational book. There is a wealth of quotations, jokes, & substance that can be used & applied to finally "Let Go" & leave your guilt behind!
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